n. An abbreviation "kosher for Passover," meaning that the food fulfills the religious requirements to be eaten during Passover.
That salad looks delicious, and I can eat it this week too, because the dressing is KFP!
"COR Top Ten Passover Questions and Answers for 2013: Which K-cups are KFP?
Answer: Any non-flavoured, non-decaf
Does grapeseed oil require KFP certification?
Does coconut oil require KFP certification?
Which olive oils don’t require KFP certification?..." (source)
Languages of Origin
- Textual Hebrew
Who Uses This
- Religious: Jews who are engaged in religious observance and have some Jewish education
- North America
- South Africa
- Australia / New Zealand
K4P, K. for P., K for P, K.F.P.
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